5 Shows To Watch Tonight Like The Dance Moms Holiday Special, The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show and More

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Dec. 10 2013, Published 3:14 p.m. ET

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If hot models, country music, and holiday specials are your thing, you're definitely going to want to stay close to your TV tonight. Here's what to watch and why:

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American Country Awards 2013. 8pm on Fox. Just when you thought the country music awards shows were over comes the fourth-annual ACAs, which are voted on by the fans. Danica Patrick and Trace Adkins host.

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Dance Moms. 9pm on Lifetime. Tonight's holiday special is appropriately titled "T'was the dance before Christmas," and features the girls dancing to holiday songs. Make sense?

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Snooki & Jwoww. 10pm on MTV. Snooki takes a DNA test while Roger and Jionni, meanwhile, plan a romantic evening for the girls. Why do we have a feeling something's going to wrong with their plans?

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The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. 10pm on CBS. Fall Out Boy, Taylor Swift and more artists perform, and dozens of gorgeous women model amazing lingerie. Here's what to expect:


Sons of Anarchy. 10pm on FX. It's the season three finale, which means this is your last chance to see Charlie Hunnam on-screen for a while. Sold?

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What will you be watching tonight? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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